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Hockey Saskatchewan
Hockey Saskatchewan
Joined IIHF N/A
President
Address #2 - 575 Park Street
Regina, SK
S4N 5B2
Telephone/Fax Tel: (306) 789-5101
Fax: (306) 789-6112
Website sha.sk.ca


Hockey Saskatchewan is the governing body of all ice hockey in Saskatchewan. Hockey Saskatchewan is a branch of Hockey Canada. Hockey Saskatchewan was established as the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association in 1906, and was later known as the Saskatchewan Hockey Association.

History[]

The Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA) was established in 1906 to govern ice hockey in the province of Saskatchewan. Its senior ice hockey teams began competing for the Allan Cup in 1909.[1] The SAHA became a charter member of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association when the national body was established in 1914. Junior ice hockey teams from Saskatchewan began competing for the Memorial Cup in 1919.[2] The SAHA later shortened its name to the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA). The SHA rebranded itself as Hockey Saskatchewan in 2021, to bring itself inline with the naming convention used by Hockey Canada, and to avoid confusion with the Saskatchewan Health Authority which also used SHA as an acronym.[3]

Leagues[]

Former leagues[]

Championships[]

Notable people[]

  • Frederick E. Betts, SAHA president 1919–1920[4]
  • Jack Hamilton, SAHA president 1925–1927[5]
  • Al Pickard, SAHA president 1941–1943[6]
  • Gordon Juckes, SAHA president 1953–1955[7]

See also[]

References[]

  1. Chaput, John (2006). Hockey. University of Regina.
  2. McKinley, Michael (2014). It's Our Game: Celebrating 100 Years Of Hockey Canada. Toronto, Ontario: Viking Press, 5–7. ISBN 978-0-670-06817-3. 
  3. Blair, Mitchell. "Saskatchewan Hockey Association changing its name", 620 CKRM, August 25, 2021. 
  4. Saskatchewan Hockey Association 2020–2021 Handbook (2020).; Booster, B. A.. "Dope Kolum", November 15, 1919, p. 6. Free to read
  5. Hall of Famer: Jack Hamilton (1972).
  6. Pickard, Allan — Biography — Honoured Builder. Hockey Hall of Fame (1958).
  7. Gordon Juckes.

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